The Intel stock has outperformed SP500 in the last 5 years, and that's when they lost their ample manufacturing lead.It's more like . . . if Intel had a competitive product, AMD's prices couldn't creep upwards like that.
What's with the 398 MHz clocks? No wonder the scores are so low.
Short-term thinking is endemic in American board rooms. There's probably other, more-specific reasons. But for now, Intel has to save face and keep up that stock price.
I understand that there's a lot more to an Intel stock analysis than the 10nm situation, it's a very complex analysis. Anyone here wants to try to explain why the stock had a very good performance in the last 5 years?